Fair Labor Standards Act Training
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that establishes standards for minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping and child labor. The FLSA also defines which types of work must be paid on an hourly basis and which jobs are exempt from overtime. Enforced by the US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, the FLSA applies to individuals working full time and part time, in both the private and public sector.
Misclassifying employees as independent contractors and misclassifying non-exempt employees as exempt are among the common FLSA mistakes that can lead to costly penalties for employers. Providing FLSA training to managers and supervisors during the onboarding process can help organizations comply with the law and maintain fair employment practices.
Online FLSA Training
This 20-minute online course explains key FLSA rules and how they apply to employees and managers in the workplace. Designed in a modern format, the course features a variety of interactive content and assessments to reinforce key concepts and help ensure compliance with FLSA requirements. A certificate of completion is included.
- What is FLSA?
- Federal minimum wage
- Overtime pay
- Child labor guidelines
- The difference between independent contractors and employees
- Exempt job duties
- Nonexempt job duties
- Recordkeeping requirements
- Common FLSA mistakes
- FLSA violations and penalties
Traliant creates training to help organizations foster a culture of ethics and compliance. Our interactive courses are designed for a modern workforce, featuring bite-sized episodes and engaging content to raise awareness and drive positive behavior.
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